Auto Importers Agree To Pay $3.6M To Resolve Clean Air Act Violations

Auto Importers Agree To Pay $3.6M To Resolve Clean Air Act Violations

LOS ANGELES - Two consulting firms and their owner on Aug. 29 filed a consent decree with the U.S. government in California federal court in which they agreed to pay $3.6 million to resolve allegations that they violated the Clean Air Act (CAA) by illegally importing vehicles from China without testing to ensure emissions from the vehicles would meet applicable limits for air pollution (United States of America v. MotorScience Enterprise Inc., et al., No. CV11-08023, C.D. Calif.).

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